Trump’s Poison Pills Are Still Toxic
Whether it’s Iran, China, Cuba, or immigration, U.S. President Joe Biden often finds himself stymied by his predecessor’s foreign policy.
Is Biden Fighting the Last War on Trade?
Critics question Trump-era tariffs as inflation climbs and U.S. leadership lags.
The Dangerous New Anti-Globalization Consensus
Soaring inflation is just one reason for Washington to keep global disintegration in check.
AMLO’s Electrical Faceoff
Mexico and the United States might be headed for their biggest clash yet under USMCA.
The U.S. Should Stop Nickel and Diming India and Bangladesh
A low-cost program designed to promote economic development has shut out two key partners in Asia.
South Korea Must Pick a Side
Russia’s war in Ukraine has shown the “shrimp among whales” that hedging is no longer a viable foreign policy.
Putin’s War Could Save the Global Economic Order
In this crisis, Western countries have shaken off decades of economic policy lethargy.
Southeast Asian Traders Are Paying the Cost of China’s Border Policies
The impact of a zero-tolerance COVID-19 policy goes beyond rotting fruits.
Ones and Tooze Podcast: How a Group of Truckers Found Canada’s Chokepoint
A quarter of all goods traded between the United States and Canada are transported across one bridge.
Decades Late, NAFTA’s Promise on Workers’ Rights Comes Good
In Mexico, a breakthrough trade case involving General Motors could become a global model.
India Seeks to Escape an Asian Future Led by China
A flurry of trade talks herald an economic realignment toward the West.
Why Gains for U.S. Workers Are Good for the World
The rising power of labor will have ripple effects far from U.S. shores.
America’s Asia Strategy Has Reached a Dead End
Washington should prioritize economic statecraft and stop thinking with its missiles.
Use Climate and Trade Policy to Counter Putin’s Playbook
Joint U.S.-EU carbon border fees could be much more damaging to Russia than sanctions.
Renegotiation Isn’t Disaster in Northern Ireland
A new deal can be worked out that keeps peace and trade intact.
In Asia, China’s Long Game Beats America’s Short Game
Beijing’s focus on economic ties will outlast Washington’s on military alliances.
Who Lost North America?
The project of a stronger, more united continent is on life support. It’s time for a new vision.
Germany Can Learn From Japan’s China Strategy
Berlin should import policies from another economic power in a similar predicament.
Australia Shows the World What Decoupling From China Looks Like
The bottom line: Beijing’s attempt to bully Canberra has been a spectacular failure.